NEW DISCOVERY ABOUT NOISE 8. The organization issues a report that the noise levels in the world are rising by one decibel a year and the continuity of this rise will make those living in the city deaf by the year 2020. The report also explains that long term exposure to noise could also lead to deafness. The International Standardization Organization opened its annual convention in Geneva, Switzerland and their meeting will be through sunday attented by delegates from 51 countries. SHOPLIFTER MEET HIS END 9. Timothy Milan, a 19-year-old shoplifting suspect died last Saturday after trying to escape from a chase after stealing from a shop. The suspect who lived in at 1112 Huron Avenue was spotted by the guard at Panzer’s Department Store after stuffing two sweaters down his pants legs and ran out of the shop when he was being chased down by the guard and 3 bystanders. They caught up with him and was head locked by one of the bystanders when he was resisting restrain which lead to his loss of oxygen. He was confirmed dead after an autopsy conducted on why he collapsed. However, the bystanders were not charged and they were even regarded as good citizen for trying to capture a suspected criminal. "THE HUCKLEBERRY FINN" CREATES CONTROVERSY 10. Many critics especially some parents feel that the book “The Huckleberry Finn” should be banned from all schools because they feel it is racist. The superintendent of schools, Gary Hubbard, considered their complaints and announced today that teachers will be allowed to read the books in high school English classes but not in any junior high school classes. Also, the English teachers will make it their responsibility to assist students in understanding the historical setting of the book, the characters and the social context. Even though the books can’t be taught in any junior high school, they can still get it from their libraries for anyone who want to read it voluntarily.